1 Apt. 2B Baking Co.: End of Year

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

End of Year

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I will reach an age milestone this year and I'm sure you can guess which one. I try not to put too much weight in my age, but I won't say that I haven't thought of the next year in it's context. When I was younger, I probably planned to be married with a certain number of kids in a certain type of house in a certain city that was certainly not New York.  I never planned to live here you see, but about 7 years ago I took a leap and only look back occasionally when I miss my family and the Pacific Northwest which I maintain is one of the most beautiful places on this earth, but that is a story for another day. I am here and this is a time for looking forward.

I am not one for formal resolutions, but let's all try to be kinder, stronger and more generous in 2014. I am also hoping to go with the flow and get shit done in equal measures.

Cheers and Happy New Year, and as always, thank you for following me here.

these photos are some favorites and some that I haven't shared before for whatever reason

18 comments:

  1. I love this post Yoss! and I couldn't agree more with, "I am also hoping to go with the flow and get shit done in equal measures." Congratulations on all of your incredible successes in NYC!

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  2. Don't like the header now. Has not too much common with 'baking'...

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  3. What a lovely collection of photos. It's been such a pleasure to follow you this year. Beautiful work. And I must agree with your words about the PNW. Seattle is my home, born and raised, it would be very hard to leave.. Looking forward to all of your wonderful creations in 2014.

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  4. Love this (and your header). Cheers to being stronger and kinder and more generous in 2014.

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  5. I am not the resolutions type person either, it's journey that matters -- especially when it is so nicely photographed and documented -- not the outcome... Have a happy one!

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  6. Happy New Year lady! I like your non-resolution. :)

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  7. Beautiful photographs Yossi... I like your thoughts on the new year. All the best.

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  8. Love following you and enjoy your creations! I also concur with your 'thoughts' on the New Year and wish you all the best on your journey! And, finally, Happy Birthday...whenever it arrives! What's a number anyway? :)

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  9. yossy, happy almost birthday! if you're coming up on the big 3-0, let me assure you from this side of the decade that it's a good one. your photography is beautiful and your blog is a pleasure to read. best wishes for the new year...may there be new adventures around every corner.

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  10. Happy 2014, Yossy! Yes, life takes us sometimes to unexpected places... Crazy, huh? Looking forward to more of your gorgeous work in the next 365 days :)

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    1. Happy 2014 Yossy! Hope the new year is full of wonderful surprises awaiting you! I enjoyed a lot visiting your blog this past year and staring at your pictures for hours. :-)
      Hugs,
      Gemma.

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  11. Ohh. 30! I've passed that milestone and let me tell - it comes and goes. I think your resolutions are fantastic. Let's be happy where we are :) xox

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  12. I have been so inspired by your work this year. You are an artist, through and through...

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  13. Happy new year Yossy! Beautiful post, I like the "going with the flow/getting shit done" bit. Can we add "more neighbor dates in 2014" too? :) Rami and I would love to have you guys over for dinner when I get back. xo, Amelie

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    1. Yes! I was just thinking that we should have you guys over sometime xx

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  14. Your work is breathtakingly beautiful and incredibly inspiring. I particularly love the kitchen scissors and pruners, cherry pie diptych, and the orange peel image. I am in awe.

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